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E9 3.0 coolant volume? C.D.?


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This is a very common question that could be answered by consulting the last page of an owners manual. Coolant capacity with heater = 12 liters. If you don't have such a resource or any kind of repair manual for a coupe, why don't you try posting this question on a bulletin board that deals with that model or 6 cylinders in general?

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Coupe ? or Sedan ? what year and model?

E9 = Coupe

E3 = Sedan

3.0 = 3 liter

both coupe and sedan 3 liters use the same cooling system with the same cooling capacity.

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K man - you gots to fix your GOOGLE button,

yer bugginout the troops here

Enjoy the manual:

http://www.cscoupe.org/tech/handbook/gallery.htm#p_005

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p_041.jpg

p_062.jpg

same sheit as an 02 - just 2 more zylinders, a ton more wires,

lousy air/cond, and more metal to rust

p_064.jpg

'86 R65 650cc #6128390 22,000m
'64 R27 250cc #383851 18,000m
'11 FORD Transit #T058971 28,000m "Truckette"
'13 500 ABARTH #DT600282 6,666m "TAZIO"

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...Thanks C.D., Gunther, I'd hate to be bugginout the troops, would just rather enjoy what is enjoyable.....say....why not install a V-tec, front drive in the old '02.......would that be more suitable?

How about a Nissan thing into an old 'BM as seen on the blogs...

Cover issues such as an old coupe is just natural on this forum, specially when they are the same year, same maker, same problem....

I would not however try to gleen advice for my wifes E46 or even an E36....to many generations apart.

Oh....did you see this?

http://www.bmw2002faq.com/component/option,com_forum/Itemid,50/page,viewtopic/t,312977/

Just havin fun, thanks guys.

By the way, I did google it, but not as well as I could have.

Kevin

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You better have some deep pockets if you want a coupe, if you are cheap like me, go for a E3 sedan. They are the bargain of the old BMW community and the same drive train as the coupe. True they aren't as sexy but you won't go broke buying coupe specific parts.

G-Man

74 2002tii

70 E3 2800 (Euro spec)

and three E30's and a 4 Runner parts hauler

74 tii (many mods)
91 318i M42

07 4Runner

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